This page is filled with illuminations. In the first paragraph we have only two. The first is a small sketch of herbs, for that same word.
Unadorned, it resembles a sprig of berries and leaves. “Princess” gets its usual coronet, but nothing for “April.”
The second paragraph is much richer. The first illumination we encounter is for “wing”, and is a beautiful little gold to golden-brown wing – lovely, but with sparse detail. “Bird” is next, and we see a beautiful swift-like figure of a blue bird, smallish and also with little detail. A coroneted “Princess” appears again, this time with “April” illuminated with a small flock of birds. “Castle” gets a medium sized illumination of a small gray castle with an arched pick doorway to enter it and a furling red banner on its topmost tower. A few words later it appears again on a faraway hill in a small vignette portrait of the castle and its surrounding landscape. The whole image is framed in a scarlet border.
The third paragraph is also populated by a group of several small illuminations.”Sing” appears with a beautiful yellow bird singing out music not glyphs and directional rays of sound.
“Princess” appears yet again, but this time with a full queen’s crown instead of a princess’s coronet. That is followed by an image of a small tower topped by another furling banner; that is followed by a “bird” with a single gull-shaped silhouette. “Princess” appears at a final iteration, again with its trademark coronet.
The final two illuminations are of the familiar blue butterfly and curly yellow and cream feathers illuminating the word “feathers.”
Thusly, in a typical fashion, is the narrative furthered.